All Things in Their Season
A Revealing Look at Premarital Sex for Teenagers and Their Parents
AUTHOR: Poulson, Lynn H.
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In an era of wide open attitudes about sexuality and at a time when teenagers are flooded with conflicting messages about their own sexuality, this book provides a clear picture of the risks that young people take when engaging in premarital sex. Contrary to the messages of the media and from peers, sex is not a free exercise in choice whose only concerns are pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Hidden costs await the young person who acts on hormonal desires while lacking the information to evaluate the risks of such a choice. Even adults and parents are often minimally informed as to the emotional and physical risks of sexual behaviors.
This book is meant to be a clear and concise statement of the dangers surrounding premarital sex and of the benefits of abstaining until marriage. It clearly illustrates that morality is not old-fashioned or irrelevant in a modern world. It also shows why morality is not simply a creation of religion but rather an necessary underpinning of a healthy and successful society.
Every young person and parent who reads this book will be provided with a broad and valuable foundation of knowledge that is often ignored in the headlong rush to accept and promote sexuality for young people.
PUBLICATION DATE: 6/15/2000